Publications

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Gonalons-Pons, P. and M. Gangl. 2021. “Marriage and Masculinity: Male-Breadwinner Culture, Unemployment, and Separation Risk in 29 Countries.” American Sociological Review

Gonalons-Pons, P., K. Musick, C. R. Schwartz. 2021. “Changes in Couples’ Earnings Following Parenthood and Trends in Family Earnings Inequality.” Demography

Gonalons-Pons, P. and D. Calnitsky. 2021. “Exit, Voice, and Loyalty in the Family: The Impact of a Basic Income on Familial and Gender Relations.” Socio-Economic Review

Gonalons-Pons, P. and M. Gangl. 2021. “Regulated Earnings Security: The Relationship between Employment Protection and Unemployment Scarring during the Great Recession.” Socio-Economic Review

Behrman, J. and P. Gonalons-Pons. 2020. “Global Fertility and Women’s Employment” (equal authorship, authors in alphabetical order). Demographic Research

Musick, K., M., D. Bea, P. Gonalons-Pons. 2020. “His and Her Earnings Following Parenthood in the United States, Germany, and the United Kingdom.” American Sociological Review

  • Featured in the Society Pages, Council for Contemporary Families

Calnitsky, D. and P. Gonalons-Pons. 2020. “The Impact of an Experimental Guaranteed Income on Crime and Violence.” Social Problems

Gonalons-Pons, P. and C. R. Schwartz. 2017. “Trends in Economic Homogamy: Changes in Assortative Mating or the Division of Paid Labor in Marriage?” Demography 54(3): 985-1005.

  • nominee of the 2018 Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research and featured in the Working Progress

Schwartz, C. R. and P. Gonalons-Pons. 2016. “Trends in Relative Earnings and Marital Dissolution: Are Wives Who Outearn Their Husbands Still More Likely to Divorce?” RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 2(4): 218-236.

Torosyan, K., T. Gerber, P. Gonalons-Pons. 2016. “Migration, Household Tasks, and Gender Relations in Georgia.” International Migration Review 50(2): 445-474.

Gonalons-Pons, P. 2015. “Gender and Class Housework Inequalities in the Era of Outsourcing.” Social Science Research 52: 208-218.

Under review

Gonalons-Pons, P. 2021. “Servants of Production. The Politics of Domestic Workers’ Labor Rights.” R&R.

Musick, K., P. Gonalons-Pons, C. R. Schwartz. 2021. “Change and Variation in Couples’ Earnings Equality Following Parenthood.” Under Review.

Gonalons-Pons, P. 2021. “Paid Parental Leave and the Gender Division of Paid and Unpaid Work.”

In preparation (available upon request)

Gonalons-Pons, P. 2021. “The Care Work System. Changes and Continuities in the Provision of Care.”

Mertehikian, Y. and P. Gonalons-Pons. 2021. “Mechanisms of Gender Gaps in Paid Work During the COVID-19 Pandemic.”

* Gonalons-Pons, P. and Moos, K. A. 2021. “The Gendered Organization of Social Reproduction in the US and the UK: Evidence from the Luxembourg Income Study (LIS) and the Multi-National Time-Use Study (MTUS)”

Gonalons-Pons, P. and Marinescu, I. 2020. “Reproductive Labor and the Structure of Income Inequality: Childcare Costs and Family Earnings Inequality, 1984-2014.”

Gonalons-Pons, P. 2020. “When do Increases in Women’s Labor Force Participation Increase Inequality? A Cross-National Comparison.”

Gonalons-Pons, P., K. Musick, and J. Glass. 2018. “Does Having Children Make You Poor? Trends in Family Poverty Following First Births, 1984-2014.”

Musick, K., P. Gonalons-Pons, and K. Weeden. 2018. “Overwork and gender inequality.”

Non-Peer Reviewed Publications

Gonalons-Pons, P. 2020. Review of Making Motherhood Work by Caitlyn Collins. American Journal of Sociology.

* Gonalons-Pons, P. and S. Ronen. 2019. “Sexist Cheap Shots.” Contexts 18(1): 64-65.

Gonalons-Pons, P. 2019. “Childcare and the 99%The Gender Policy Report, May 9.

Gonalons-Pons, P. 2015. “Reclaiming Domesticity. Why Professional Women Hire Domestic Workers in Spain” in Anna Triandafyllidou and Sabrina Marchetti (Eds.) Paying for Care: The Employers’ Perspective. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Gonalons-Pons, P. and M. M. Ferree. 2014. “Practicing Intersectionality in Spain” Quaderns de Psicología, 16(1): 85-95.